McGhee served in the United States Navy aboard the U.S.S. Missouri during World War II. In the letter he discusses the Japanese surrender on the Missouri; the occupation at Yokosuka Naval Base; and the bombing of several cities in Japan. Also...
Monthly publication promoting good work ethics and better understanding between African American workers and their employers during World War II. The motto is "Serving the better interest of the Negro Worker and his Employer."
This passage includes an excerpt of a travel narrative by James S. Buckingham, a British author. In it Buckingham describes a visit through east central Alabama, giving details about the landscape, accommodations, and traveling conditions along the...
The letter informs Dellet that the goods he recently ordered have been shipped. The bill for the purchase is written at the top of the letter. Included are pages from Merchants and Planters Prices Current, which gives details of the cotton market:...
The letter informs Dellet that the bagging and rope he recently ordered have been shipped. It also discusses Dellet's upcoming shipment of cotton to the firm and the state of the cotton market in general: "The demand for cotton continues to be...
The letter discusses the negotiation of transactions the firm is handling for Dellet, as well as the condition of the cotton market. Included is a page from Mobile Commercial Report and Prices Current.
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